I don't want to get rid of my recliner set. I would love to bring life back to my set. Is there anyway I can purchase slipcover for sofa recliner, loveseat recliner ... See more
How to secure a baby onesie into a shadow box frame?
Lattice hanging from ceiling with lights
Is it safe to paint a lamp shade ?? My husband seems to think it will get hot and burn ??
I need advice from Hometalkers who have framed a bathroom mirror. The only thing I have left to do in both bathrooms is frame the mirrors. The problem is the mounting... See more
Hello Ladies~ I have a friend that would like one on these made for her Son's grave. I was wondering if I could have some insight of what to do. I would like to creat... See more
My mattress is too thick for the king comforter to cover. Any ideas on how to add length without too much sewing
Making banks from plastic square containers from Costco for my grandsons.
Anyone have any ideas on how to make craft wire more malleable for decorating with beads on glassware?
I would like to replace the lampshade and replace it with a new red textured material. Can you tell me how?
I bought some prints from an artist that are mounted on foam board i bought frames for them but the backing of the frame will not close on the frame because of thickn... See more
Does anyone know of an alternative adhesive to E6000 in the UK as I can get it here but is quite expensive so an alternative would be handy. Many thanks
some time ago I saw a portion of an old wooden ladder hung horizontally on the outside wall of a house with plants hanging or mounted in the square sections.Can you t... See more
I can't find suitable gift wrapping paper for a plaque project I'm working on so I'm wondering if I can use my printer instead. My question, what can I coat the print... See more
original to the house windows, built in 1997. Seals are all good.
I have this old sewing machine, and I was wondering if anyone possibly knows who the maker is. I use it as my laptop holder. It closes the laptop when the mechanism ... See more
instructions for little girls' fascinators that they can make themselves
Does anyone have any ideas on how to repair or camouflage the cracked glass in this picture?